Eletiofe Yemi Alade, Shawn Mendez, Ed Sheeran To Perform At...

Yemi Alade, Shawn Mendez, Ed Sheeran To Perform At Prince Williams’ Earthshot Prize Awards

-

- Advertisment -

Nigerian singer, Yemi Alade, alongside other international superstar singers like; Ed Sheehan, Coldplay and Shawn Mendez will perform at the first-ever ‘Earthshot’ prize awards at the Alexandra Palace.

The event which is organised by the Royal Foundation is spearheaded by Prince William and it recognises inventive solutions to the environmental problems facing the planet.

Hosted by Clara Amfo and Dermot O’Leary, the ceremony hopes to turn the tide against the pessimism many feel towards the issue of climate change by showing the positive work being done to help counter the existential threat to humanity.

The initiative identifies some of the brightest scientific minds in the world, however, 15 finalists who have impressed with their extraordinary work to help save the oceans, land and air, have been picked.

During the event, five of the scientists will be announced as winners of a £1 million funding prize that will allow them to continue and progress their vital work, which has the potential to help repair our struggling planet.

The five winners of the ‘Earthshot prize’ will be announced by a star-studded line-up of presenters, consisting of the Duchess of Cambridge, athlete, Mo Salah as well as actors Emma Thompson, Emma Watson, David Oyelowo.

The ceremony follows the release of the documentary series ‘The Earthshot Prize: Repairing our planet’, which goes into more detail on each of the 15 finalists.

The Earthshot prize awards will be televised on October 17, 2021.

Meanwhile, the Nigerian music diva and afrobeats superstar, Yemi Alade, has just concluded her ‘Empress’ American tour performing in cities such as New York, Washington DC, North Adams, Las Vegas and Houston, Texas.

In a recent interview, she granted on the Sunday brunch in the United Kingdom, the Johnny singer said that Nigerian music and musicians have now become the toast of the world with the likes of Burnaboy, Wizkid, among others topping charts and selling out concerts around the world.

Yemi Alade also stressed that a healthy competition had made Nigerian artistes better musicians.

She said, “The healthy competition between Nigerian musicians has made our sound better and made us better musicians”.

Latest news

NUT will support dismissal of 233 Kaduna teachers if allegation against them is true

Kaduna SUBEB Chairman had announced earlier on Thursday that the board would sack 233 primary school teachers for allegedly...

Gbajabiamila cautions Nigerians against fake news

The Speaker says citizens all over have become broadcasters and publishers capable of influencing the opinions of many from...

Turn To Your Neighbour And Say, Are Classic Hypnotic Spells Used By Pastors – Reno Omokri

Former Presidential aide and author, Reno Omokri took to Instagram to state teach Christians on hypnotic tactics used by...

Obasanjo reacts to death of former Senate President Wayas

Former president Olusegun Obasanjo has disclosed that the late Senate President, Dr. Joseph Wayas, lived for the welfare and...
- Advertisement -

IGP says only 10% of 350,000 police officers have proper accommodation

The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Mr Usman Baba, says the Nigeria Police Force is facing gross housing deficit...

Ex-Senate President Wayas dies at 80, Saraki mourns

Wayas was a member of the Nigerian Constituent Assembly between 1977 and 1978. ...

Must read

NUT will support dismissal of 233 Kaduna teachers if allegation against them is true

Kaduna SUBEB Chairman had announced earlier on Thursday that...

Gbajabiamila cautions Nigerians against fake news

The Speaker says citizens all over have become broadcasters...
- Advertisement -

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you